2017 Mar 1, 9:29am
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Ajit Pai, the new chairman of the FCC, doesn’t like the net neutrality rules enforced by the agency President Trump named him to lead. He voted against them as a commissioner in 2015, and in a speech after Trump’s election said their days arenumbered. But until this week, Pai hasn’t explainedhow he would go about reversing the rules. Now he appears to be staking his strategy to how much—or how little—broadband providers are spending to improvetheir networks. Current net neutrality rules, heseems ready to argue, will hold back a faster internet. Net neutrality holds that internet providers shouldn’t have the...